Lokuno Veterinary Diet - Metabolic
Complete and balance nutrition for dogs who need assistance with weight management. Ensure your companion stays healthy for as long as possible. Key nutrients for weight management, such as L-Carnitine, Taurine, Chicory fibre and Conjugated Linoleic acid are provided by this Lokuno Veterinary diet. Scientifically formulated by the top South African animal nutritionists and recommended by South African Veterinarians.
Suitable for all breeds from puppy to adult life-stages.
Lokuno dog food is produced according the highest standards of quality and backed by BRC GLOBAL STANDARDS*. Manufactured locally, supporting local business and allowing us to stay cost-effective. For every bag sold, R1 goes to animal welfare.
Available in 2.5kg and 12kg.
For more information visit: http://www.lokuno.co.za
Why go for Metabolic Care?
Supports fat metabolism for ideal weight management and supports gut health while helping your dog feel full for longer. Assists in the management of calorie intake to support a reduction in unwanted weigh gain.
- Weight management
- High in fibre
- Low in fat
- Calorie conscious
- Veterinary recommended
- Chicken, Oats, Canola protein, Oat fibre, Peas, Lentils, Poultry oil, Carrots, Sorghum, Alfalfa, Beet pulp, Cassava, Cold-pressed canola oil, Millet, Liver, Limestone, Chickpeas, Food yeast, Calcium phosphate, Linseed, Chicory fibre, Natural clay minerals, Taurine, Blend of Butyrate and Botanical extracts (Chestnut, Oreganum, Capsicum and Cinnamon), Conjugated linoleic acid, L-Carnitine, Vitamin C and approved Vitamins and Minerals.
Protein 250g (min), Fat 100g (min), Moisture 100g (max), Linoleic Acid 19g (min), Omega 6:3 5 – 10:1, Fibre 80g (max), Calcium 14g (max), Phosphorous 19g (min), Taurine 1000mg/kg (min), L-Carnitine 350mg/kg (min), Conjugated linoleic acid 250mg/kg (min)
These recommended amounts are for average conditions. Your dog's requirements may vary according to its breed, age, size, activity and environment. Always ensure that your dog has free access to plenty of fresh, clean water - especially during very hot weather. Any eating disorder should be referred to your dog's veterinarian without hesitation. If you require further information on feeding and care, please contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org.